The month of February is coming to a close and we here at BG4GHub are proud to continue to bring our readers a monthly roundup. Each month we plan on conjuring up all the reviews & featured articles from a particular month, just in case anyone may have missed an article.
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Blizzard: Arcade Collection
“In celebration of Blizzard’s 30th anniversary, a trio of classic titles from their portfolio have been brought together, including SNES and Genesis versions as well as a new Definitive Edition version, to be released as the Blizzard: Arcade Collection.
Featuring three versions of The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, and Blackthorne, this bundle was a pleasant surprise for fans of the originals and a welcome introduction to new players of some great retro classics.”
The Blizzard Arcade Collection was reviewed by GamesofDayne. The full review can be found here!
“Put in the role of a taxi driver in New Yellow City, our mission is to get our passengers where they need to go but unlike real life, we don’t have to and likely won’t be doing so safely. Boosting, jumping, and cutting every corner possible, Taxi Chaos allows players to drive like maniacs and whether we get our passengers there on time or they jump out of the car if we take too long, it doesn’t matter. The wild ride is ours to control in the style of the classic old-school taxi titles of the past such as Crazy Taxi.”
Taxi Chaos was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full review, click here!
Pokémon Red & Blue
“Home to 150 (151 if you were lucky enough to attend a Nintendo event in Japan) Pokémon that reside in the Kanto Region. This is where we have the most memorable Pokémon in current standing. Charizard, Mewtwo, and how can we forget the mascot….Clefai – I mean, Pikachu!! Explore caves, oceans, and grass to catch and evolve all the Pokémon on a simple 8-bit cartridge.”
Pokémon Red & Blue was reviewed by GamerViews. For the full review, click here!
“Kingdom Hearts is synonymous with two things, Disney and RPG. Travel through multiple Disney worlds and view a “re-telling” of famous movies like Aladdin and Tarzan. Take control of Sora, the Keyblade Master who teams up with Donald and Goofy. Fight against the Heartless and various Disney villains while becoming companions with other Disney allies. Above all else, protect the world order.”
Kingdom Hearts was reviewed by GamerViews. For the full article, click here!
Tony Hawk’s Underground
“You’ve skated as the pros, now become a pro yourself in Tony Hawk Underground. Grow from the Rookie to the Pro with your pal Eric as you leave New Jersey and travel the world one trick at a time.”
Tony Hawk’s Underground was reviewed by GamerViews. For the full article, click here!
“Populus Run is Apple Arcade’s answer to Jungle Run and even Fall Guys. By no means is the title groundbreaking as the previously mentioned games, it is equally fun.
There is no story to follow or any memorable characters to emotionally attach to. However, this title doesn’t need those selling points. The gameplay & cartoon visuals are more than enough to cater to what players would look for in this game.”
Populus Run was reviewed by Thom Wilde. For the full review, click here!
Little Nightmares 2
“A gritty, disturbing world within a twisted reality again becomes the backdrop to torment a child protagonist in Little Nightmares II. Set before the events of 2017’s Little Nightmares, Tarsier Studios have once again delivered an eerily atmospheric puzzle-platforming horror adventure with the creepiness dialed up to max.”
Little Nightmares 2 was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full article, click here!
“Mario walks around the Mushroom Kingdom to be taken to a world where everything is catified? Look, everything is cat based. This is a weird combination of Super Mario 3D World powerups in an open world collect-a-thon…
Your companion in this adventure is no other then Bowser Jr. wielding the Magic Paintbrush from Super Mario Sunshine. Bowser Jr. seeks your help to save Bowser from being bigger and more evil than normal (for some reason).”
Bowser’s Fury was reviewed by GamerViews. Click here for the full review!
Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood
“An adaptation of the 1992 tabletop game of the same name that continues to see success and popularity nearly 30 years later, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood puts players in the role of Cahal, a Garou that has the ability to transform into a wolf, known as a Lupus or a raging werewolf known as a Crinos. Each of these 3 forms have unique purposes and gameplay mechanics that lead to what is perhaps best compared to as a stealth-action adventure.”
Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood was reviewed by GamesofDayne. The full review can be found here!
“Destruction All-Stars is the PlayStation 5 exclusive that is destructive, fun & immersive to say the least. It’s also considered being an example of what the PS5 is capable of. Destruction All-Stars is packed visuals in 4K resolution sixty frames per second, comparable to beloved title, Rocket League. Early February is the release date for this game exclusive for PS Plus members who own a PlayStation 5.”
Destruction All-Stars was reviewed by Thom Wilde. For the full review, click here!
“Sleeping Dogs takes place in Hong Kong and is divided into four sections; North Point, Central, Kennedy Town, and Aberdeen. Each section houses missions with the Triad, police, races, drug busts, etc. There is no “distinct” identity for each area, unfortunately, but take that as a neutral perspective moving forward.”
Sleeping Dogs was reviewed by GamerViews. For the full review, click here!
Werewolf The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest
“The World of Darkness, established as a series of tabletop role-playing games dating back to 1991, has seen a few entries into the realm of video games in recent years, particularly with its Vampire: The Masquerade series.
2021 has already seen the launch of Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood earlier this month and now a visual novel set within the Werewolf universe, though not directly related, has arrived in the form of Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest, developed by Different Tales.”
This game was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full Werewolf The Apocalypse- Hearty of the Forset review, click here!
“‘Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me some …. excellent 3D platform levels to beat!’ Sorry for my unseasonal outburst there. You see Pumpkin Jack came out for Xbox One, Switch, and PC back in October 2020 – when the nights were drawing in, leaves littered the streets, and socially distanced trick-or-treating was in full flight. Now PlayStation 4 owners get to experience this spooky love letter to 3D platformers of yore themselves.
In the game, you lead Stingy Jack, the pumpkin-headed emissary of the Devil, on his quest to defeat the Champion of Humanity and doom the world to eternal darkness. So you’re the bad guy. And boy, oh boy does it feel good to be bad.”
The full review for Pumpkin Jack (which was provided by GameyJamie) can be found here!
Baobab’s Mausoleum: Grindhouse Edition
“Weird, wild and outlandish are terms of endearment when it comes to the wacky world of Baobab’s Mausoleum: Grindhouse Edition – Country of Woods and Creepy Tales. The 8-bit pixel art gameplay and rugged but charming lightly animated stills are undeniably quirky. With three episodes that up the ante on the scale of ridiculousness, Baobab’s Mausoleum is a slapstick adventure following the vampire eggplant FBI Agent Watracio Walpurgis that is sure to draw a few chuckles along the way.”
Baobab’s Mausoleum: Grindhouse Edition was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full review, click here!
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